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THE 

TOLEDO MUSEUM 

OF ART 



CATALOGUE 

of 

PAINTINGS 



DECEMBER 
1915 



The Post Impressionists of America 
The Exhibition of Alexis J. Fournier 
Exhibition of Sculpture by May Elizabeth Cook 



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The 

Toledo Museum 

of Art 



CATALOGUE OF 

PAINTINGS & DRAWINGS 

IN THE PERMANENT 

COLLECTION 



TRANSIENT 
EXHIBITIONS 



DECEMBER 
1915 






Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

Toledo Museum of Art 



http://archive.org/details/catalogueofpaintd1915tole 






Permanent Collection 
Oil Paintings 



American 

ADAM EMORY ALBRIGHT. 

1. Country Children. 

CECILIA BEAUX. 

2. After the Meeting. 

CARROLL BECKWITH, N. A. 

3. The Falconer. 

GEORGE W. BELLOWS, A. N. A. 

4. Blackwell's Bridge. 

J. D. BLONDEL, A. N. A. 

5. The School Girl. 

H. REYNOLDS BLOOMER. 

6. Country Road. 

GEORGE ELMER BROWNE. 

7. The White Cloud. 

CARLTON T. CHAPMAN, A. N. A. 

8. A Rocky Coast. 

EDWIN D. CONNELL. 

9. Cattle. 



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PERMANENT COLLECTION 
W. H. COOPER. 

10. Landscape and Cattle. 

JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY. 

11. Portrait op Lord Abercrombie. 

CHARLES C. CURRAN, N. A. 

12. The Jungfrau. 

13. The Swimming Pool. 

ELLIOTT DAINGERFIELD, N. A. 

14. Storm Breaking Up. 

THOMAS WILMER DEWING, N. A. 

15. Writing a Letter. 

PAUL DOUGHERTY, N. A. 

16. Moonlit Cove. 

BEN FOSTER, N. A. 

17. Early Moonlight. 

FREDERICK F. FURSMAN. 

18. In the Garden. 

GILBERT GAUL, N. A. 

19. Battery H in Action. 

BIRGE HARRISON, N. A. 

20. Woodstock Meadows in Winter. 

CHILDE HASSAM, N. A. 

21. Summer Sea. 



PERMANENT COLLECTION 

WINSLOW HOMER, N. A. 

22. Sunlight on the Coast. 

GEOEGE INNESS, N. A. 

23. After a Spring Shower. 

ASTON KNIGHT. 

24. The Torrent. 

CARL MARR. 

25. Dusk. 

M. JEAN McLANE. 

26. Girl in Gray. 

HENRY MOSLER. 

27. The Bisharin Minstrel. 

GUSTAVE HENRY MOSLER. 

28. De Profundis. 

ELIZABETH NOURSE. 

29. Twilight. 

EDMUND H. OSTHAUS. 

30. Afield. 

WALTER GILMAN PAGE. 

31. Study of a Head. 

THOMAS S. PARKHURST . 

32. October Skies. 

STEPHEN PARRISH. 

33. The Break-up of Winter, Cornish, N. H. 



PERMANENT COLLECTION 

DE WITT PARSHALL, A. N. A. 

34. Granite Gorge, Grand Canyon. 

ALICE CORSON PATTON. 

35. The Lady with the Shawl. 

HENRY W. RANGER, N. A. 

36. Landscape. 

FREDERICK REMINGTON, A. N. A. 

37. Indians Disguised as Buffaloes. 

HENRY REUTERDAHL. 

38. Blast Furnaces. 

JULIAN RIX. 

39. Sunshine and Shadow. 

ISABEL ROSS. 

40. The Serenaders. 

WARREN W. SHEPPARD. 

41. The Trackless Sea. 

42. The Half-Moon. 

WALTER SHIRLAW, N. A. 

43. Marble Quarry, Vermont. 

44. Portrait Head. 

EDOUARD J. STEICHEN. 

45. Across Marshes. 

GEORGE GARDNER SYMONS, N. A. 

46. Snow Clad Fields in Morning Light. 

GILBERT STUART. 

47. Sir Ashley Cooper. 



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PERMANENT COLLECTION 

SVEND SVENDSON. 

48. The Village Street. 

HENRY 0. TANNER. 

49. The Disciples on the Sea of Galilee. 

ANNA L. THORNE. 

50. The Mill. 

DWIGHT WILLIAM TRYON, N. A. 

51. Spring Morning. 

L. E. VAN GORDER. 

52. Flower Market, Paris. 

HORATIO WALKER, N. A. 

53. The Wood Cutter. 

MARTHA WALTER. 

54. Anne. 

EVERETT L. WARNER, A. N. A. 

55. Along the River Front, New York. 

FREDERICK J. WAUGH, A. N. A. 

56. Monhegan Surf. 

BENJAMIN WEST, R. A. 

57. The Hero Returned. 

ALMON C. WHITING. 

59. Notre Dame, Paris. 



PERMANENT COLLECTION 



England 



WALTER GREAVES. 

60. Portrait of James McNeill Whistler. 

JOHN LA VERY. 

61. Moonlight, Tetuan, Morocco. 

DANIEL MACLISE, R. A. 

62. The Standard Bearer. 

JOSE WEISS. 

63. September on the Arun. 



France 



GEORGES D'ESPAGNAT. 

64. Levandou. 

JULES GRUN. 

65 Effet de Lumiere. 

M. J. IWILL. 

66. L/A Boresca, Venice. 

ADOLPHE JOURDAN. 

67. The First Step. 

SAINTIN FRANCOIS JOZAN. 

68. The Bountiful Season. 

GUSTAVE LOISEAU. 

69. The Banks of the Eure. 



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PERMANENT COLLECTION 

HENRY MORET. 

70. Seaweed Gatherers. 

ANTOINE VOLLON. 

71. Fruit and Flowers. 

Holland 

JOSEF ISRAELS. 

72. The Daily Bread. 

J. H. S. KEVER. 

73. Sisters. 

74. Mother and Children. 

EVART PIETERS. 

75. In the Month of May. 

WILM STEELINK. 

76. Sheep in Pasture. 

Russia 

N. N. BOUNIN. 

77. The Harvesters. 

IVAN A. DJENYEEFF. 

78. Laying the Foundation of the Kremlin. 

CARL N. KAHL. 

79. The Old Mill. 

80. End of a Summer Day. 

A. A. KOUDRIAVTSEFF. 

81. The Fishermen. 

BENJAMIN N. POPOFF. 

82. The Weaver. 

PAVEL D. SCHMAROFF. 

83. Lady in Carriage. 



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PERMANENT COLLECTION 

S. M. SEIDENBERG. 

84. The Plowers. 

V. P. VERESTCHAGIN. 

85. The Golden Cloud. 

I. A. VELTZ. 

86. Valley of the Dneiper. 



Germany 



FRANZ VON STUCK. 

87. Portrait of the Artist's Daughter. 

JANUARIUS ZICK. 

88. The Crown of Thorns. 



Italy 



SALVATOR ROSA. 

89. The Encounter. 

SCHOOL OF FERRARA. 

90. St. Gregory. 

91. St. George. 

GIORGIO VASARI. 

92. Portrait of Cosimo de Medici, 

Duke of Tuscany. 



Sweden 

GUSTAV ADOLF FJAESTAD. 

93. Silence — Winter. 

NILS FORSBERG. 

94. Poitier a Saint-Amand. 



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Permanent Collection 
Water Colors and Drawings 



MAY ALCOTT. 

101. Copy of Turner's Burial of "Wilkie. 

FRANK BROMLEY. 

102. Landscape. 

SIR EDWARD BURNE-JONES. 

103. Charity. 

FELIX 0. C. DARLEY. 

104. Street Scene in Rome. 

105. In Camp. 

WILDER M. DARLING. 

106-109. Drawings in Charcoal. 

JOSEF ISRAELS. 

110. Portrait of IsRxIels. 

JOHN LA FARGE. 

111-161. Paintings and Drawings. 

FRANZ LENBACH. 

162. Portrait of Mrs. H. 

EDMUND H. OSTHAUS. 

163. A Good One. 

FRANCOIS RIVOIRE. 

164. Roses et Flox. 

ALEXANDER ROBINSON. 

165. Interior of a Church, Holland. 
166-177. Drawings. 

WALTER SHIRLAW. 

178-190. Drawings. 

BENJAMIN WEST. 

191-197. Drawings. 

S. JESSIE WEST. 

198. Where Poppies Bloom. 



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Foreword 



OF THE 

Post Impressionists of America 

The present exhibition, so different from those 
held before in this Museum, points an epoch in 
American art. Just as our artists were influenced 
by the French impressionists, Monet, Manet, Renoir, 
etc., now we are feeling in America the influence of 
such men as Cezanne, Matisse, Picasso, etc., the rev- 
olutionists who have followed the impressionists in 
France. 

Cezanne, the great father of this group, dissat- 
isfied with the over refinement of color and lack of 
form in impressionism, went to the museums and 
there studied the primitive people's works of art, so 
real in their earth like colors, to incorporate it in 
his own work. This influence we may see in the 
men of the present exhibition. 

Secondly, Cezanne accentuated the form of 
things which had been forgotten in the impression- 
ists ' endeavor to achieve the painting of light. This 
great revolutionary has been followed in France by 
such men as Matisse, who carried the revolution in 
pure color still further, and Picasso, who carried 
the accentuation of form into "Cubism" or more 
correctly termed planeism. 

The present American exhibition shows the in- 
fluence of these modern Frenchmen on our younger 
American artists. Pure and actual color, a desire 
for greater form, has created a new and vital lan- 
guage of paint. « % 



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Exhibit of the 
Post Impressionists of America 



Oil Paintings 

THOMAS H. BENTON 

201. Still Life. - 10 o 

202. Figure Study. _ /5~o 

BEN BEN 

203. The Pasture.- f*o 

204. Decoration. _ o ^ ^ 

ARTHUR G. DOVE 

PRESTON DICKINSON 

206. The Mountain Farm. 7* 

207. Harlem River, New York, f $ 

EDWARD FISK 

208. Fishing Village. ^^ O 

209. Autumn. J o o 

MARSDEN HARTLEY 

210. Painting, No. 1. Ho o 

211. Painting, No. 2. y o O 

SAMUEL HALPERT 

212. Brooklyn Bridge. J S~& 

213. St. Tropez, France. 3 5~Z> 

214. Lake George. /# * 

215. The Seine, Paris. C>oo 

216. Still Life. j% c — 



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TRANSIENT EXHIBITION 

ALFRED MAURER 

217. Still Life. fX.f 

218. Summer. i2$~ 

GUS MAGER 

219. Spring. X o o 

BROR NORDFELDT 

220. Breton Village. 26 o 

221. The Bathing Beach, z o o 

MAN RAY 

222. War. ?S~6 

223. Portrait, ya o 

224. Dance Interpretation. J J3 

225. Village Interpretation. 2 oc 

226. Landscape. /6 O 

227. Still Life. ys~ 

228. Arrangement of Forms. / o o 

WILLIAM E. SCHUMACHER 

229. Flower Study. Hoc 

230. Landscape, h oO 

A. WALKOWITZ 

231. Man — Woman. 2 >7> 

WILLIAM ZORACH 

232. The Valley. I 57> 

233. Flowers. ?5" 

234. The Mountain Path. / 6 



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Exhibit of the 
Post Impressionists of America 



Water Colors, Pastels and Drawings 

BEN BEN 

235. Still Life. V° 

236. The Farm. <fO 

237. The Bridge. ?ST~ 

CHARLES DEMUTH 

238. Sand Dunes. <ff~ 

239. Flowers. ^ V 

240. Flowers. >iT~ 

241. Flowers, q 5" 

PRESTON DICKINSON 

242. Mountain Farm. 2* 

243. High Bridge. ^ $- 

SAMUEL HALPERT 

244. Foliage.^ f 

245. Foliage, p-5^ 

JOHN MARIN 

246. Landscape. '*° 

247. Landscape. />5" 

248. Landscape, x tT 

249. Landscape. , *> d 

LEE SIMONSON 

250. Still Life. S~6 

251. Still Life. )f 

A. WALKO WITZ 

252. From Life to Life. 7- a o 

253. Drawing. Xo & 

MARGARET ZORACH 

254. The Rider. 3 o 

255. Figures and Landscape. X t> 

WILLIAM ZORACH 

256. The Valley. 30 

257. Autumn, j ^ 

The foregoing paintings are for sale. Prices may be 
ascertained at the office. 

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Exhibition of Sculpture by 
May Elizabeth Cook 

258. Portrait — George W. Stevens. 

259. Portrait Sketch — Mrs. William McClellan 

Ritter, Washington, D. C. 

260. "Joyeuse Rencontre" — Paris Salon 1913. 

261. Dancing — Pan-Exhibition Internationale, Paris 

1913. 

262. Crystal Gazer — Exhibition Internationale, Paris 

1913. 

263. Repos — Exhibition Internationale, Paris, 1913. 

264. Nude-Study — Exhibition Internationale, Paris 

1913 ' ffJUfc toU&~* 

265. Lucette — Lent by Mrs. William McClellan Ritter. $-y~*2-- 

266. Diana — Replica of statue owned by Prof, and Mrs. 

Edward Orton, Jr. foiAjwyt. - 

267. Bertric — son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert F. Mull, Los 

Angeles. 

268. Viela. 

269. Le Chanteur — Portrait — Mr. Cecil Fanning. 

270. The Composer. >&-^ 

271. The Street Sweeper, yo 

272. Charcoal Carrier. / <T 

273. Peggy. 

274. Marie Andrews — daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 

Frame Brown. 

275. Louise — daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Burr. 

276. A Summer Friend. 



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TRANSIENT EXHIBITION 

277. Portrait — Mr. Emilius 0. Randall, Columbus. 

278. Portrait Study — Mrs. Robert Duncan. 

279. Hermes — Replica of statue owned by Mrs. 

William Fields, Columbus. 

280. Pan — Replica of statue owned by Mr. and Mrs. 

W. M. Ritter. 

281. Cupid — sketch for garden statue. 

282. Sketch for Bird Fountain. 

283. "Thunder Cloud. " 

284. Henrietta — Lent by Mrs. Charles Cunningham, 

Toledo. 

285. Karl— son of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Poston. 






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Exhibition of Paintings by 
Alexis Jean Fournier 

287. June Clouds. S~~Z) 

288. The Oak. #^ 1ST 

2m^ At^eevert D a y . l^T 

1 201. Running Waters, Berkshire Country. 

292. Twilight in the Berkshire Hills. ; 

293. The Oak. £'5- 

294. In the Berkshire Country. 5~Z> 

295. Signs of Autumn. ^s^/zjT 

296. A Spring Twilight. /5~*b 
29^ Mid -Summer Afte rnoon. ; f& 

298. Peace and Plenty. /If 

299. A Spring Morning, j^f *m 

300. Mid Summer Time. ££& / 7 1~ 

301. In Old Normandy. 1 90 

302. The Cliffs at Andely. / 5~0 

303. A June Twilight. /7«T 

304. A June Twilight. Of 
Afl«£<t-~-3u5. Breezy Uplands. %oo 

306. Chateau Gaillard in the Mist, xxf 

307. A Summer Breeze on the Seine. ^^ r / S~~D 

308. The Lily Pond, Normandie. 1» 7 5^ 

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TRANSIENT EXHIBITION 

f mriiiAU Gaillajid, Paqoinc i i StorM7^i £^ 

310. Banks op the Seine at Petite Andely. '&& 3 c7 ^~° 

311. Chateau Gaillard on the Seine, jpo 

312. Autumn Sun at Andely. ^^ 3 *-& 

313. Clouds and Hills. / 5~l> 
A^tX-^A^. In Daubigny's Country. 1 ao 

-33 5. — A GuaT Day. t && 

316. Sunshine and Rain. ^£^ / &T> 

317. Beech Woods. £^ / (T~b 

318. Chateau Gaillard and Seine Valley. 

319. Summer Skies. H£l> 
IUihij. Joo* 



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321. Morning along the Oise, France. T& & 
Clouds and Hills. /y# 

323. Moonlight on the Lagoons, Venice. io<> 

324. Queen of the Adriatic, Venice, /z $~ 

325. Sunshine and Shadow, Venice. 

326. A Night Carnival, Venice, tyo 

327. Moonlight in Venice. I J~6 

328. Twilight on the Lagoons, Venice. 1 n j t- / \ 

329. Passing Storm, Normandie. / oo 
-ggflp— U^wiligb t on tub Oeiihv A nde ly. \ 7 r~ ~ 

The foregoing paintings are for sale. Prices may be 
obtained at the office. 



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